Fabled City: The Jews of Montreal

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Fabled City: The Jews of Montreal
Abstract
Chronicles 250 years of Montreal's Jewish community's growth, beginning in the 1760s when Jews were first granted the right of residency in Quebec. The author also profiles such diverse pioneers as Jesse Joseph, nineteenth-century founder of the city's first street railway and the Montreal Telegraph Company; world famous skating champion Louis Rubenstein; Member of Parliament Sam Jacobs; Jewish-Chinese General "Two-Gun" Cohen; and gambling czar Harry Davis.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Price-Patterson
Date
2009
Language
en
Citation
King, Joe. Fabled City: The Jews of Montreal. Montreal: Price-Patterson, 2009.
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